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huggins, what you saw with the way he tried to console da'sean butler, and he cradled him for more than a minute, you can only manage what he was telling him. >> clark: a touching moment here. and bob huggins, one thing you can never question is how he cares about his players and how his players have always cared about him. it's been a mutual relationship, sometimes misunderstood by those out outside but you saw evidence of his heart for his players. >> jim: singler to the corner to the wing to smith. [whistle] the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of captionmax which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies and their respective agents and divisions, are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for errors in transcription. oh, bud light!
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closed captioning provided by cbs sports division >> jim: if you missed earlier, you missed a special tournament update. hayward and the bulldogs hold on against michigan state, a feisty game on both sides and butler will play in the championship game on monday night and i know it has been written about and talked about on radio and television about the hoosiers' comparison. you will be seeing a lot more of that. >> clark: without question. because it looks like duke is on its way to moving forward. or even if west virginia was in a position to perhaps win , wirin
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either way, a david versus g go lieith -- goliath type feel. >> jim: no question. >> clark: and butler has been working towards this opportunity for a long time. >> jim: good feed, smith goes inside to ebanks. >> clark: one of the few times we have seen that tonight, jim, and usually west virginia will get a couple of baskets a half on that type of cut but duke has done a really good job of pressuring the ball and being in good position as a team to take away some of the curls and back cuts. >> jim: the first points of the second half for ebanks. scheyer. gets past the defenders. >> clark: everything that we talk about at the top of the
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telecast that west virginia needed to do, defend the 3-point shot, rebound the basketball, contain dribble penetration. [whistle] >> clark: it has not happened. >> jim: another call against thomas. how about the big three? talking about singler, smith, scheyer. for the duke blue devils. >> clark: they have all been stellar and nolan smith has done it with the penetration and 3-point shot making, as well as scheyer has. >> jim: they have 57 of duke's 69 points. >> clark: you know, it hasn't been often this year when all three of them have performed at such a high level. typically it's been two of the three but they are all right at or above their averages for the season and the shooting percentage, as well as the assists. they are not only scoring the
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ball but they are making plays for others. typically for each other, it seems, since they've got all of the points. >> jim: 5:30 to play. >> clark: and, jim, probably the most complete game we've seen from the blue devils. >> jim: we've seen all five in the tournament and they have always had one missing element. scheyer off against cal, singler against baylor. smith has come on strong. and that's mazzulla. jones. >> clark: he had an open teammate and elected to take the shot himself there. things have flattened out a bit since da'sean butler had to be carried off the floor with what appeared to be a serious knee
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injury. >> jim: it is a team, without bryant, being lost early in the tournament in a practice. an injury, a foot injury. two on the shot clock. scheyer. zoubek. he is in double figures in rebounds. >> clark: again, he has averaged 10 a game in the tournament. and that'll be a big force for butler to contend with. >> jim: he has got 10 in this one, five at each end. >> clark: i am assuming that duke will move on unless something drastic occurs. >> jim: and the jump ball and the arrow back to duke.
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>> jim: well, partner, duke leads by 14. butler's in the championship game on monday night. and i am looking forward to the matchup. i am not gonna advance the brackets yet. >> clark: i think we are close to moving duke forward and it will be a david and goliath matchup, jim, no way of denying it or looking at it any other way. and the butler bulldogs, it'll be a blue and white clad stadium here when we show up on monday night. >> jim: hot rod hundley. his jersey retired, number 33. what an artist he was. what a performer.
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a showman. and into the broadcaster's wing of the basketball hall of fame, the first pick in the nba out of west virginia and then jerry west who took them to the final four. and you see number 33, it was retired but it belonged to mitchell and they were gonna let him finish the career with it. >> clark: a nice gesture. >> jim: you got to love it, baby, as hot rod would say. >> clark: i know that was a nod to hot rod. >> jim: you got to love it. >> clark: one of the great characters and entertainers. >> jim: and a long-time voice on cbs. >> clark: yep. >> jim: and he gets 2. flowers back out. it's been most of the half right around that margin, from, you know, 11 to 15, most of the
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time. >> clark: yes, that's right. and it's been the ability of duke's perimeter players to control the game. and then the size of zoubek inside. to create second shot opportunities. >> jim: singler with the pure stroke and it's a 3. >> clark: you start looking ahead, jim, and butler is terrific defensively, but they are gonna have to be really good offensively, i think, as well, to have a chance to knock off duke. it certainly is possible. it's not a huge mountain. but they will have their work cut out for them. >> jim: they have already beaten a one and two. >> clark: they won't come in with fear or lack of confidence but they will have to be really good at both ends of the floor because duke presents a lot of problems with size, skill on the perimeter. >> jim: west virginia calls a time-out.
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>> jim: you know, looking ahead to monday, a couple of interesting scenarios with the coaches. when coach k. took the job at duke, brad stevens was 3 years old. and brad stevens will try to be the second youngest coach to ever win a title. and meanwhile, coach k. will try to become the third oldest to
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ever win the championship behind phog allen and john wooden. the quick hands again of thomas, all-defensive player in the a.c.c., first team. >> clark: the blue devils have just maxed out the shot clock here. >> jim: i think about that state and how much it meant to the 1.8 million great citizens of west virginia, this basketball team. and scheyer connects on a 3. how much this team meant to them. >> clark: a especialspecial relationship, jim, and that's why bob huggins was so proud to
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have a chance to get to this stage with this team. >> jim: wellington smith. the senior whose career is gonna end here tonight. >> clark: there's john flowers. it's always tough when you get to this point and it ends abruptly. >> jim: once butler got hurt, it just absolutely -- >> clark: yeah, flated. >> jim: almost visible, watching the air come out of the building. >> clark: out of the team and the building. you're right. and let's hope da'sean is okay. it looked quite serious but we hope the report will be better than it looked. >> jim: and a time-out by the mountaineers. >> clark: i think it's just to substitute some guys in. >> jim: coach huggins wants to get players in the box score.
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and duke will substitute, too. [applause] >> jim: the huggins' family, wife and daughters. son of a coach who said he learned virtually everything from his dad, charlie, from the motion offense to defensive principles and how to be incredibly prepared. he said, "we would practice four hours a day" when he played for his dad in high school. "and that's if we were doing well." >> clark: exactly. and you see the examples of the feelings these guys have for one another. >> jim: inbounding the ball is cam payne. and he said that coach huggins is a direct reflection of the state and we are a direct reflection of coach huggins. dawkins with the rebound.
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being here yesterday at practice and being around the teams on thursday, you couldn't help but be impressed by the attitude that west virginia had. i know everyone comes here thinking they are gonna win it but it seemed to really come through. and it's davidson. jordan davidson, the senior from melbourne, arkansas. and that's jonnie west bringing the ball up for the mountaineers. cam thoroughman on the floor. and mason plumlee to dawkins and the final 10 seconds are gonna run out on this national semifinal. [buzzer] >> jim: well, you saw duke at its absolute best in the tournament to this point. the blue devils win it 78-57. closed captioning provided by cbs sports division
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captioned by captionmax >> jim: monday night, how many of you out there had this matchup? butler and duke. what it will be like? i can't wait to see it. will it be a jimmy chipwood, bobby plump kind of a moment? >> clark: it certainly will be full of blue and white clad fans here on monday. >> jim: "blue monday." >> clark: that's one way to call it. >> jim: and we'll continue from indianapolis in just a moment.
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>> greg: we welcome you back as we continue live from indianapolis with this reminder, coming up for many of you, your late news.
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the duke blue devils advance to monday night, defeating west virginia and we'll reach our conclusion on monday night. starting with the prelude to the championship and then the game between duke and butler. and guess what. coach k. is standing by with jim and clark. >> jim: all right, thank you, greg gumbel, coach k. and jon scheyer, congratulations. clark and i both believe that was the best performance by the blue devils in the tournament. >> coach: i thought it was and we needed it because west virginia is a great team. you are not gonna beat west virginia without a great performance. >> jim: the big three, led bay 33 by jon scheyer. tell me about this. as a senior, playing for a title to monday night and how you did it today. >> player: it was a great team effort. west virginia is a great team.
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we did it the same way, defense, rebounding and, you know, i just thought it was a great team effort. >> clark: coach k. you talk about the preparation to get ready. tell the fans what you tried to take away from west virginia. >> coach: west virginia is a very good team, offensive team and run a complicated offense with a lot of cuts and we had a lot of preparation time to slow 'em down a little bit with one or two days, i'm not sure we would have done as good a job so we were fortunate to have a lot of preparation. >> jim: guiys, we'll see you monday night. congratulations. duke, butler, all set to play for the national title on monday night. we'll continue on cbs in just a moment. i mean, if we at coke zero can give the world... real coke taste with zero calories, why can't science give us an unlimited supply of do-overs?
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>> greg: welcome back to indianapolis, everyone, where we remind you, coming up next for most of you, your late local news and the final score in our matchup, duke by 21 over west
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virginia. greg gumbel and greg anthony and seth davis, a most impressive performance by the blue devils. >> greg a.: dominant. and duke made more 3-pointers than west virginia attempted. >> seth: and 20 assists on 29 made field goals. nolan smith and jon scheyer, 6 assists each and by far the best game duke has played. >> greg: and monday night? >> greg a.: butler will defend the three a little better. the question is whether or not they will be healthy. we know about the injuries to howard and mack and if they are not there, duke has to be favored. >> seth: and even healthy, duke will be able to get shots and if they shoot near what they did tonight, they will win. >> greg: and later tonight, go to the cbs college sports network to break down the action on the march madness highlights.
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thank for joining us and we'll see you on monday night for the championship game, at 9:00, p prelude to the championship. and then butler and duke. and tomorrow, live encourage of the sony ericicson final in tennis; for greg anthony and seth davis and all of us, i am greg gumbel. good night from indianapolis. we'll see you. everyone, listen up.
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